Celebrate everything that makes moms amazing with My Mom Is Magical!, a colorful, joyful board book from the bestselling duo Hello!Lucky!, Sabrina and Eunice Moyle.
“An ebullient board book devoted to a magical mother.” ―Publishers Weekly
This bright, funny tribute to mothers is perfect for young readers who want to understand the unique joy, value, security, love, and fun that their mom brings into their lives. They’ll be reminded that . . .
- Mom is more amazing than a billion butterflies!
- More sparkly than a universe of stars!
- Sweeter than a cloud of cotton candy!
- Braver than a deep-sea explorer!
- Sillier than a band of bananas!
- And much more!
Filled with bright, adorable illustrations in Hello!Lucky’s inimitable style, young children will love the delightful ode to mothers in this sturdy board book. Featuring 11 things that make moms magical, this book also ends with a confidence boost to mom’s youngest fan—“kid, you’re magical too!”
A must-have gift for new mothers, or for Mother’s Day, and sure to bring a smile to the whole family!
Read all the books in the Hello!Lucky Series:
My Mom Is Magical! | My Dad Is Amazing! | Super Pooper and Whizz Kid | Kindness Rules! | Christmas Is Awesome! | Go Get ’Em, Tiger! | Thanks a Ton! | Sloth and Smell the Roses | You Are Fantastic! | School Is Cool! | Bananas for You! | My Grandma Is Great! | My Grandpa Is Grand! | Hang in There! | Halloween Is a Treat! | Thanks a Ton! | My Brother Is the Best! | My Sister Is Super!
And don’t miss the Cosmic Adventures of Astrid & Stella:
The Cosmic Adventures of Astrid and Stella | Star Struck! | Get Outer My Space!
"The Moyle sisters, creators of the Hello!Lucky greeting card and design studio, offer an ebullient board book devoted to a magical mother . . . Readers get some stardust sprinkles as well: 'Kid, you’re magical, too!'"Publishers Weekly
"A series of wild metaphors and analogies celebrate Mom; the near-blinding bright colors and kinetic, even chaotic illustrations perfectly complement the exuberant text . . . Superlative silliness."Kirkus Reviews